Nick Smith talking about using Moodle for ‘Open Teaching‘ in British Colombia. What with the cuts and all, this could be an excellent way forward for the VCS – open and peer training resources.
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Paula has an article in the LASA’s latest Computanews on cloud services, openness, and the VCS. We’ll also be offering practical workshops to support collaborative working for non-profits in the Autumn — more news soon.
LVSC has been conducting research on how the recession and cuts have impacted VCS organisations. The survey is still open but they’ve published interim findings which indicate the impact has been extremely severe. Get more information, take the survey or download the reports here
The next open drop-in for people interested in Free Software, Ubuntu and WordPress will be: 6 May 2010, 12 noon – 7pm — Fossbox Workshop, 46 Matilda House, St Katharines Way, E1W 1LG
Michael McAndrew from Third Sector IT has put up some notes on his experience of working directly with front-line VCOs at our event — many thanks to Michael for delivering this much appreciated introduction. If you want to know more, there’s information about forthcoming CiviCRM training and register here.
The next open drop-in for people interested in Free Software, Ubuntu and WordPress will be: 1 April 2010, 12 noon – 7pm — Fossbox Workshop, 46 Matilda House, St Katharines Way, E1W 1LG
The Simplify IT event is in two days — register now, there are still a few places left. Scott Room, Oxford House, Derbyshire Street, London E2 6HG 10am-4pm — refreshments available in the Oxford House Cafe or bring your own packed lunch Download updated programme for the event Register online here
We run a free drop-in workshop on the first Friday of every month — come along if you’d like to: Refurbish your slow, older PCs, laptops and netbooks with Ubuntu — a free desktop system alternative to Mac or Windows Find our more about Free Software for everyday tasks which runs on Windows, Mac or [...]